Auckland International Airport has awarded its Terminal Development Plan Fuel Diversion and Fuel Network Compliance Stage two and three contracts to McConnell Dowell.
The contract works will include re-routing a new 600-metre section of existing buried steel pipeline fuel supply main, to enable construction of a new domestic jet terminal baggage handling building.
Additional works will involve excavation, civil repairs, mechanical repairs and replacing 1800 square metres of concrete apron.
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“Auckland International Airport manages the country’s largest and fastest growing airport, and has an ambitious 30-year expansion plan it needs to implement to service this growth,” the statement said.
“McConnell Dowell has an extensive mechanical self-perform capability and track record, and we are excited at the opportunity to partner with Auckland International Airport to deliver a high quality and safe project for their aviation fuel infrastructure.”